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I realize this is an older post, but figured I would chime in. We usually pour a mud slab first to protect the soil from rain. Makes it easier to clean out. Current job I am working on, we poured a 4" mud slab per the drawings. Instead of standard 3000 mix, I used Agilia since I was short on labor. Pretty much self levels and worth every extra dollar. And the break test well exceeded what I needed....6000 psi in 28 days. :thumbup:
 

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Yes! I'm working on Apartment project now and we used that project for the 1st time.. Only poured 2" though and worked great
 

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That my friend, is why we, concrete guys & gc's, get paid the big bucks, Lol. 😆

Between weather, inspections, poor soil & site conditions, pump truck scheduling, and concrete scheduling, its no wonder we all have ulcers and a high stress level. People just do not understand. Good luck.
People like this that belittle others and have to express how much “they know” are retards.
 

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Your first post is this^^^ from 6 years ago?

You'll do well here...I have a feeling.

Ever wonder what the 3 letters LOL mean?
 
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